<img class=”alignright” border=”0″ src=”http://ws.assoc-amazon.ca/widgets/q?_encoding=UTF8&Format=_SL110_&ASIN=B004ZCO0SM&MarketPlace=CA&ID=AsinImage&WS=1&tag=wwwhafilaxcom-20&ServiceVersion=20070822″><imgsrc="http://www.assoc-amazon.ca/e/ir?t=wwwhafilaxcom-20&l=as2&o=15&a=B004ZCO0SM"width=”1″height=”1″border=”0″alt=”” style=”border:none !important; margin:0px !important;” />Dallas Green has never sounded as warm as he does on his latest album Little Hell. Where Bring Me Your Love was cold and sparse, Little Hell’s 11 tracks are lush and the tone is much warmer here, but this is not to say that Dallas is any cheerier. Just listen to the lead single “Fragile Bird” which talks about a husband’s helplessness in aiding his wife’s night terrors, or the demons that his sister is wrestling with on “O Sister”. This album is a tackle-box of hooks (See “The Grand Optimist”) and shows that Dallas Green continues to grow into a remarkable singer-songwriter.
About the author
A proud and over-caffeinated husband, father, runner and writer. I've written for the local weekly The Coast for over a decade and have since taken to creating and writing for HAFILAX for even longer. I hope you enjoy the musings of a guy who has loved music for the better part of 4 decades, and has an album of concert tickets to show for it.